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of their love for you and for san francisco. i like to read to you just such an expression. this is a letter inspired by you and your song, the winning entry in the love letter to san francisco contest, sponsored by sf travel. if i may -- "dear sf -- can i call you sf? i remember the first time i was in your presence. age nine. even on your surface, you enchanted me and i never quite recovered. i did not truly fall in love until i spent my 22nd birthday with you. i explore the depths of chinatown. i toured the rock and froze my but off at a giants game in june. i was hooked. unfortunately, i had plans. plans with that boy in missouri, but how i was wrong to leave you. when i found out he was cheating, i ran to you and you took me in without asking questions. i packed my bags and never looked back. every day, i love you more and more. you had made me the happiest girl in the world and given me a real love. i want to spend my life with you exploring every corner and the depths of your soul. i cannot imagine being with any other city. thank you for saving my life. you truly did. sign your is, u
-you for all he has done for this city. >> tony bennett, a household word in san francisco, and for me, all the years i have lived in this city, tony bennett has been like the next door neighbor. wherever i am, whether it is paris, whether it is wrong, whether it is nice, whether it is beijing -- whether it is rome, whether it is shanghai, whether it is some place in africa or some place in russia. if i say, ♪ i left my heart ♪ they immediately say tony and them. that means the national anthem for san francisco and literally for america have come from this extraordinarily talented human being. >> ♪ i left my heart in san francisco ♪ >> ok, here we are down memory lane. we are at the at&t park, home of the san francisco giants. as you know, we sing your song after every win of the giants, so we have been sitting here a lot. you were here in 2011 for the opening, and you sang your song, and guess what? we won the world series. so, tony, we want you back. [applause] >> tony bennett has said his song "i left my heart in san francisco" changed his whole life. well, it has affected our li
] and now, everyone, please join the san francisco symphony and our chief of protocol, charlotte schulz, here on stage in welcoming our host, mayor edwin m. lee and first lady anita lee, and the man of the our, our special guest, mr. tony bennett. [applause] -- the man of the our -- the man of the hour, our special guest, mr. tony bennett. [applause] [applause] [applause] [applause] that is the way you make an entrance, right? [applause] well, mayor lee, mrs. lee, and honored guests, for 50 years, the sounds of tony bennett and his rendition of "i left my heart in san francisco" has said to the world that this city by the bay is the capital of love, beauty, and a unique style that made it one of the plan its tourist destinations. mr. bennett, your voice is the voice of san francisco, and this is your day. [applause] we have a fantastic program for you today. we have some local singers inspired by mr. bennett's career, and they will pay tribute to mr. bennett in song. tony bennett, your dedication to young people is known through countless projects such as your exploring the arts foundat
in san francisco. we have a mayor who has moved through the tears of prepared as an goddess ready to go. we get a little more prepared every day. god bless to the survivors. >> thank you. >> it is a minute of silence at 5-11. -- 51:11 p.m. let's have a moment of silence for a minute right now. [siren] >> i think the fitting way to end this germany first of all, -- this ceremony first of all. there will be playing. everybody have their words right here? i will give the countdown. as we hang the reece, i will give you a count here. have a look at me. 1, 2, 3, 4, 1. ♪ [singing] ♪ ♪ >> a great day, everybody. thank you. the san francisco chornicle. and the history association. and the neighborhood emergency response team. the american red cross. and thanks for making this happen. i want to invite everyone to go to 20th in church or -- and church. and we will meet up. we may skirt the law and serve something before 6:00 a.m. the bookmobile, where are they? >> i have my cheat sheet here which i cannot find. the library has been here after great disasters. there has -- is a special book
possession. from its inception, we had an office in san francisco, and we have been involved in multiple initiatives to make san francisco a model city. our wo providing funds to the d.a.'s office for the bike and track program, of working with various tax -- task forces, working to crackdown on medical marijuana, and working with medical marijuana access for patients. my commitment to criminal- justice reform began early. i grew up in south africa. for more than seven years i've been involved in a wide range of criminal justice reform issues reforming the system, and especially focusing on drug policy. i believe that is where the disparate impact on communities of color as the most impact. this accounts for the exponential growth of our jail and prison system. the united states, and even california, is the leading a greater in the world. a -- incarcerator in the world. many are in jail for drug or possession offenses. it is important to have someone with a drug policy background sitting on the commission. you cannot go right -- go wrong in that regard, because the kel applicant also wor
. it is a san francisco classic. we are celebrating bay area food. we have nice beautiful plum tomatoes here. we have some beautiful fresh fish here. it will come together beautifully. >> many to cut out all this talk, and let's go shop. yeah. ♪ >> what makes your dish unique? >> i like it spicy and smoky. i will take fresh italian tomatoes and the fresh seafood, and will bring them to other with some nice spoked paprika and some nice smoked jalapeno peppers. i am going to stew them up and get a nice savory, smoky, fishy, tomatoy, spicy broth. >> bring it on. how are you feeling? >> i feel good. i spent the $20 and have a few pennies less. i am going to go home and cook. i will text message u.n. is done. >> excellent and really looking forward to it. >> today we're going to make the san francisco classic dish invented by italian and portuguese fishermen. it'll be like a nice spaghetti sauce. then we will put in the fish soup. the last thing is the dungeon as crab, let it all blend together. it will be delicious. when i could, i will try to make healthy meals with fresh ingredients, whatever is
industry to see what is driving san francisco's knowledge economy. goo mayor lee wants to make san francisco the technology capital of the world. as a result, not only did twitter the site tuesday in san francisco, a company acquired of market square property and is in the process of turning it into 1.2 million square feet of renovated office space that will include over 100,000 square feet of retail. someday soon up to 10,000 people could be working in markets where -- market square or the plan residences within a two- block area, so a payroll tax exemption can truly revitalize the entire area. if you have any questions involving technology, we have some cards. write down your questions, and remember, you can tweet with us. our moderator this morning has spent her career discovering great entrepreneurs in tech hot spots all over the planet. lacey wrote the definitive spoke not on the web 2.0 movement and released her latest book last month. it is a great boat. formerly, lacy was a staff writer for business week, a senior editor of tech crunch, and now she is the founder, ceo, and
forward to it. >> today we're going to make the san francisco classic dish invented by italian and portuguese fishermen. it'll be like a nice spaghetti sauce. then we will put in the fish soup. the last thing is the dungeon as crab, let it all blend together. it will be delicious. when i could, i will try to make healthy meals with fresh ingredients, whatever is in season and local. those juicy, fresh tomatoes will take about an hour to cook down into a nice sauce. this is a good time to make our fish stock. we will take a step that seems like trash and boil it up in water and make a delicious and they speed up my parents were great clerics, and we had wonderful food. family dinners are very important. any chance you can sit down together and have a meal together, it is great communal atmosphere. one of the things i like the most is the opportunity to be creative. hello. anybody with sets their mind to it can cut. always nice to start chopping some vegetables and x and the delicious. all this double in view is this broth with great flavor. but your heart into it. make something
a day that san francisco should be proud of, a day that we should all be proud of. the san francisco civil rights ordinance is officially signed into law. i have been the coalition coordinator for the past two years and have seen firsthand the committee's efforts and inspiring bravery to bring us here today. i have also seen as support of elected officials and allies in the community. please help me in welcoming a few of these people to share this perspective today. help me recognized supervisor jane kim, the sponsor of the organizers -- of the ordinance. [applause] >> thank you. i cannot believe we are finally here. it has been a really long journey. the for our office, i know we came on board in august when we started working with the saved san francisco coalition. but for the coalition it has been an even longer journey. the starting in 2001, but really, the organizing that has happened in the last couple of years working with the police commission, the human rights commission, and organizing amongst community residents and community leaders that you see here today. we are taking
>> tonight marks the eighth anniversary of small business week in san francisco. wells fargo started it eight years ago. [applause] my name is lesley, and i am a senior vice president of the san francisco chamber of commerce. my partner is steve adams, the president of the small business commission. we had the honor of cochairing small business week again this year, our second year running. and do was add flavors of san francisco last night? all right, thank you so much. you made it really amazing. we had a lot of small businesses, incredible restaurants, and all of the small business resource providers mated just extraordinary this year, many are saying the best ever. thank you for that. we celebrate small business week every year as a san francisco community, to celebrate, honor, and support small businesses that really bring the texture and the distinguished experiences in the neighborhoods. they bring the jobs. they put people to work. [applause] and then make our neighborhoods special. innovation is growing every day from the people in this room and small businesses acro
will really enjoy. >> i am here with a manager at the heart of the city farmer's market in san francisco. thank you for joining us. tell us a little bit about the organization. >> we're 30 years old now. we started with 14 farmers, and it has grown out to over 80. >> what is the mission of the organization? >> this area has no grocery store spiller it is all mom-and- pop stores. we have this because it is needed. we knew it was needed. and the plaza needed somebody. it was empty. beautiful with city hall in the background. >> thank you for speaking with us. are you on the web? >> yes, >> check them out. thank you. >> welcome. the dish is ready. >> it looks and smells amazing. >> thank you. it was not easy to meet the $20 budget. i checked everybody out and found some great produce. really lovely seafood. i think that you are going to love it. >> do not be shy. cyou know this can run you $35 to $45 for a bowl, so it is great you did this for $20. >> this will feed four to six people. >> not if you invite me over for dinner. i am ready to dig in. >> i hope you'll love
development committee of the san francisco board of supervisors. our clerk today is derek evans and, he is supported by lisa miller. >> please silence all cell phones and electronic devices appeared document -- and electronic devices. documents should be submitted to the court. >> i would like to thank our sfgtv staff, general furlough, and jesse larsen, for broadcasting as today. -- jennifer lowe and jesse larsen for broadcasting us today. >> item number one, to add limitations on eligibility application deadlines for the receipt of assessor, reporters report. and to reduce the application fees for the mills' agricultural contracts. >> thank you. supervisor wiener. >> today, we are considering legislation that i am sponsoring to improve access to amend the minister of code by which we enter into mills act contract. this will improve and streamline the process of that we provide incentives to homeowners to maintain their stored properties in san francisco. -- their historic properties in san francisco. i will also be speaking with the san francisco heritage to formulate this legislation
artist whose career as a choreographer and producer who began in 1981 right here in san francisco. welcome. [applause] next i would like to call another community grand marshal, who is a director of community outreach here in san francisco. another community ron marshall, sister romano. \ [applause] she has been 25 years with the sisters. another grand marshal, olga. \ that she is the executive director of the chicana and latino commission. morningstar is a folk artist, a veteran, and community builder. the representative is coming up right here. [applause] our final community grand marshal, mr. gary virginia. [applause] he is an activist and 25-year hiv survivor who is also one of the co-founders. [applause] >> who did i miss? i got all excited seeing all these people, i forgot brokoke. if you could come join us, brooke oliver. i am like, where is she? is it, this is you. one moment while we pass these out. sister roma, olga, and morning star. thank you, and our final one, gary. ladies and gentlemen, this is the pride of san francisco. [applause] mr. brown, they all want a pictur
every day from the people in this room and small businesses across san francisco. >> and we would like to thank a few people who helped get us here today. san francisco small business week is managed by a volunteer committee made up of people who are dedicated to the success of small business. a special thank you to all you have made san francisco small business week the best anywhere. i do not know if you guys knew this, but san francisco small business week is the largest small business week celebration in the united states. [applause] so i would like to thank our honorary post, mayor ed lee. mark from the sba. michael from wells fargo. steve from the chamber of commerce. and our committee members, regina and jane from the office of small business. kathleen and steve from the small business administration. sharon of the renaissance entrepreneurial center. melanie with the san francisco chamber of commerce. brigid from the san francisco african american chamber of commerce. jim from the council of district merchants. eric and pat from the golden gate business association. edith of the
reports. arc-touch, being a france based business has many employees who live and work in san francisco, and we are absolutely thrilled to be part of this initiative. we would like to thank mayor lee for supporting technology companies in san francisco. we would like to thank ron and sf-city for bringing technology companies together so they can do great things for the city and its citizens. and most of all we would like to thank the chief for having the forward-thinking to start this program and make this field recording app, which we believe is going to be a great thing not just for the city, but set the standard for mobile app field reporting for the nation. i would like to now invite scack -- zach gottlieb up here to walk you through some of our product designs. thank you. [applause] >> good morning. so i just want to say how excited we are to have the opportunity to work on a product like this that could have such a huge impact for the people of san francisco. imagine if you will the officer has this mobile device on their dashboard while they are driving. a call comes in. we know
of acting strangely. >> breaking news in san francisco. an officer involved shooting after an assault. good afternoon. we begin with breaking news right snow in san francisco. -- right now in san francisco. a officer involved shooting in the financial district. ktvu's paul chambers is live near the scene where police brocked off an area. paul, what have you learned? >> reporter: the chief wrapped up a press conference. there is an active scene out here assertions try to -- as officers try to figure out what happened. this vehicle is the person who was involved in the shooting. started at 10:17 at the chocolate factory inside peer 17. a stabbing happened right there. the person left that place, the suspect left that place, walked up washington and when he got to the intersection, he came across one officer. he ignored the officer and came across the second officer and he rushed the officer. a witness, this is what he had to say. >> he looked angry, like he was upset. he was acting strangely. he said something to him, to the suspect, he kept walking. when he walked to the female officer and s
>> good afternoon. welcome to the san francisco board of supervisors meeting of tuesday, july 24, 2012. supervisor avalos. supervisor campos. president chiu. supervisor chu. supervisor cohen. supervisor elsbernd. supervisor kim. supervisor mar. supervisor olague. supervisor wiener. mr. president, you have a quorum. president chiu: could we have a motion to excuse supervisor farrell? without objection, he is excused. ladies and gentlemen, could you please join me in the pledge of allegiance? [inaudible] we have a board meeting minutes from june 18 and june 19. those meeting minutes are approved. are there any communications? >> i have the communications. we are in the receipt of the referendum petition. against ordinance number 10412. the department of elections must notify the board by august 30. if it is not entirely repealed, the board shall submit the ordinance to the voters at the next statewide special municipal election. president chiu: could you read the consent agenda? >> items 129 comprise the consent agenda. if a member would like to discuss a matter, it shall be remove
with the san francisco police department and that with them. we had extensive discussions with the representatives from the police department and with the abc. we have agreed to conditions that were laid out here this morning. it will ensure that target's alcohol sales operation did not negatively impact the community. the police are satisfied with those conditions, and targets operations, there will be no negative impact on the surrounding neighborhood, as is the abc. so we would ask the supervisors to follow the recommended issue of the police department. i am happy to answer any questions. [bell rings] >> thank you. any other public comment? if anybody else would like to comment on this item, you can line up on this side. >> good morning. my name is earl, and i was surprised that target was going to be selling alcohol, too. there was no community outreach, none that i know of. i go to committee meetings for the police department every month almost, and i do not hear -- i know walgreen's was talking about having an alcoholic thing, and there was a big push against that.
, and 25-year anniversaries or she commemorated those milestones with citizens of san francisco and those that needed a voice. this last april 21, we celebrated her 25th anniversary in that growth. after the advent, alice wrestle shapiro left a voicemail on my phone network saying we have all these years nome, look at and honored the work she has done for the grove but when she was scheduled to be with us for just an hour and after three hours she was still there with the volunteers. the growth delivers something very special to nancy as well. she has left her impact on that space, on this community, and she has fought tirelessly for those that did not have a voice and needed a voice. i cannot think of a better person and more fitting location then to name middle drive nancy pelosi drive. it buffet's the national aids memorial grove and the city and county should be so honored that she stood up, wrote the legislation in this city has one of 43-memorials. i strongly support this. >> thank you. >> [reading names] >> good afternoon, commissioners. i speak on behalf of the san francisco inter
. >> thank you, scott. let's give a great big san francisco transwelcome to the supervisor of district 8, scott weiner doing a great job not only representing this district but the entire city. welcome to san francisco's largest transgender pride celebration of the year. one of the largest transevents anywhere on the planet earth. let me tell you, you looking fabulous. this is a wonderful community. one of my favorite events. been here every one of the nine years. we're going to have our 109 anniversary next year. let me just -- 10th anniversary next year. it has been a real honor, privilege and pleasure working with the transcommunity going back to my days on the board of supervisors when we formed the first transgender civil rights implementation task force from which came the first of its kind local ordinance making sure that there was equal access to the county health plan for our transgender employees of san francisco. when we got to sacramento, one of our first bills was to amend the california fair employment and housing act to include gender identity. so we have had an inclusive
>>> up next on a second look, why is san francisco sinking? the problem, the cause, and the danger lurking under ground in the city by the bay. that's straight ahead tonight on a second look. >>> good evening i'm julie haener and this is a second look. san francisco is sinking. at least parts of it are and the extend of those areas might surprise people who live or work there. much of san francisco is built on landfill or sand. earlier this month ktvu's tara moriarty looked at how bad the problem is and how a big earthquake could make it worse. >> reporter: if you know where to look in san francisco you can see it, streets slowly sinking. at this house the first floor has sunk so much that the front bay window is only inches from the sidewalk. that's because that area was built on land created a century ago by filling marshes, creeks with sand and debris. it presents a major problem for engineers. >> you dig up a lot of places south of market where the pavement section on the street is 2 feet thick and so it's 2 feet thick because the ground continued to settle and they kept puttin
of the district stations as of june of this year. what does that mean for san francisco? how has that improved the way we manage crime? i want to talk about three things. there are a lot more, but i will go through three, and we will show you the system live. first of all, timely and visible information about crime . so today, because police officers are entering their reports directly into a data warehouse, when a crime happens in the tenderloin, it becomes visible in the mission, the bayview and everywhere else instantly the minute the report is finished. that is huge in terms of identifying crime trend, suspects, m.o.'s, et cetera. secondly, the search capable. as the chief mentioned, you would think we would have already had this type of capable. not only do we have a google type search capable, most of them require you search based on a way the city is set up. you can search on hair color, but the person should have blonde hair, black hair, blonde hair or other. what if they have purple or red and black hair? this allows you to search on specific hair color, specific anything. the importa
the public convenience as necessary -- or necessity of the people of the city and county of san francisco. >> i am the inspector with the police department. the applicant filed an application with the california department about alcoholic beverage control, seeking a type 20 off-sale beer and wine store license, located on the corner of 101 4th street. inside a commercial space with numerous retail establishments and eateries. for the purposes of this hearing, the california department of alcoholic beverage control, abc, six in determination from the board of supervisors as to the approval or denial of this license. police calls for service from july 2010 to january 2011, 101 police calls the police reports for the same time span, 14 reports. this premises is located on a slot 224. the high crime area is defined as 215 or more police reports in a plot. this one has 480 reports for 2010, over the high crime area definition by 265 reports. the applicant premises is located in a high crime area. this premises is located in census tracts 176.02, and population is 534. off-sale licenses of chri
farming. that applies to the filipinos and two others. they set foot in san francisco. a generation upon generation, of residence of san francisco had to endure the struggles and have made this city a very special place. i am very excited about the leadership that presides over san francisco today. mayor lee, supervisor chiu, mar, chu, and we had the treasurer. this ought to be a moment in which we celebrate the aspirations and the fact that we have risen to the governance of this country. the fact that we have changed the opportunity. last night, i have the opportunity to listen to an 86- year-old honoree at the gathering last night. she's had spoken about how her life was different and the opportunities that were denied because she was jewish. because of the efforts of norm and mike and your leade in, asiy are not denied opportunities because of where they come from. we are aspiring and we are leaving california and america in a new generation. -- leading california and america in a new generation. we have an obligation to lead in the 21st century. we are providing leadership in all ar
largely by her leadership and she's been a champion to the lgbt community here in san francisco and nationwide. i think it's a fitting tribute to name it after nancy pelosi. there are so few streets named after women in this city and i can think of no more fitting women than to have a street named after her. i urge you to waive the notice and support the naming of the drive. thank you. >> thank you. >> [reading names] >> i'm the vice president's programs with the clinic consortium, a partnership of 10 non-profit primary-care clinics that serve almost 100,000 san franciscans annually and we are wholeheartedly in support of this motion. you have heard all of the great work she has done over the years, particularly in the health care realm. she has been a tireless supporter of the ryan white services act which has provided hiv and aids services to countless san franciscans and people around the country. more recently, she has been a key leader in the implementation of the affordable care act which will help to transform our health-care system and improve its quality and reduce the
hostess, and it is a pleasure to introduce the mayor of san francisco. please welcome mayor edwin lee. >> happy pride month. [applause] i am so happy to be here, and it is an honor to join this stage with our supervisors and jose. goolet's give a hand to our leader pelosi, the chief of police, mr. henderson from my office, and all the other leaders. thank you 3 much. we have a great reason to be celebratory the whole month, and i want to let you know i expect hundreds of thousands of people to come to our city to enjoy not only the great weather but the celebratory events and we have in store, and we are going the right direction. we are doing everything we can to have a city that is recovering common and and we get to shine our san francisco values for the rest of the country for a whole month, if not a whole year. how about that famine? i am not going to give you a whole speech. i am going to leave that to the other politicians. i take great pride in this city. whether it is commissioners or people in the community who work with us, our supervisors and elected officials, i take grea
. enjoy, mental, eat. -- enjoy, mingle, eat. >> please look on the mayor of san francisco. -- please welcome at the mayor of san francisco. >> welcome, everyone. 102nd annual luncheon and i am distracted. first of all, i have made my staff very nervous. i am not following the teleprompter. i might not be in cahoots with the video. please bear with me. first of all, congratulations. thank you for being part of this rich collaboration to support our tourism and hospitality industry. i want to recognize the former mayor's for being here. i know they have shared a love for the city as i have and they know how important tourism is. they also know how important it is that we have to continue to be a strong city but also an international city and i am excited to be here, to be with you. to do this 102 times, this is fantastic. i am here to make one simple announcement. in light of the value of our tourism industry, and you know all of that, you are part of a very successful industry that has cost us some 71,000. we have an increase in visitors from 2010. you are also helping us to change of
as the first asian-american mayor in san francisco history. mayor lee championed balancing the budget to keep san francisco safe, solvents, and successful. he reformed city pensions. his focus is on economic development, job creation, and building san francisco's future. a great job, especially for helping out families. we want to keep families here. i also wanted to mention a little bit of his past. he was born in 1952 in the beacon hill neighborhood of seattle, washington. his parents immigrated to the u.s. from china and the 1930's. his father fought in world war ii and worked as a cook. he passed away when the mayor was 15. his mother was a seamstress and a waitress. mayor lee has five siblings, he graduated from college in maine, he also went to uc- berkeley law school and finished in 1978. he and his wife have two daughters. i also want to mention, prior to becoming mayor, one of the key points in his contributions to the community is after he completed law school, he worked as a managing attorney for the san francisco asian law caucus, where he was an advocate for affordable housing an
efforts here not only in san francisco, but across the state. and to mayor lee, thank you for example, your leadership, your stewardship, and her strong support and wisdom of identifying a great leader of china sf and darlene chu, carrying the torch for the board of directors. there are a number of you assembled here and you have done an extraordinary job to demonstrate our commitment not just rhetorically but substantively in terms of engaging in defiance -- advancing our collective efforts to focus on trade and exports. to the entire team that have been at the helm for decades now, here in san francisco supporting our efforts to reach out to china on behalf of them, dianne feinstein who established our sister city our protocol chief, i am honored to be here. a 12 take a brief moment to say a few things on behalf of the state of california. like san francisco, california has always been a state of dreamers, and doors, and entrepreneurs. a state head -- that has prided itself of being on the leading and cutting edge of new ideas. we're one of the most diversity's, san fran
served as both mayors of the city and county of san francisco, and before that county executive. is also a die-hard warriors fan, and i'm sure you have seen him sitting courtside on many occasions. ladies and gentlemen, lt. governor gavin newsom. [applause] >> all i have to say, when i heard rick bring up reds, these guys get it. peter and joe, you have to appreciate the significance of that statement. this is the town that landmarks the doggie diner head. we take these things seriously, so i appreciate the local respect and appreciation for our icon. we all recognize the iconic nature of this setting. this natural amphitheater is second to none anywhere in the world. q would like touote other ex- mayors, most cordless heracles, who said we do not imitate for we are the imitated of others -- i would like to quote other ex- mayors. mayor lee, you should be extraordinarily proud. to see the board of supervisors come together, it gives me great confidence that this project will come together by 2017. final point i will make its you need the state of california because you are on state prope
mayor and cpmc have learned that they cannot work alone. the people of san francisco, the employees of cpmc and cpmc sutter, we all need to move forward to -- we all need to work together to move this project forward. by demanding a meaningful community benefits agreement before approving these permits. thank you. president chiu: thank you. next speaker. >> good evening, supervisors. coalition for san francisco neighborhoods. we passed two resolutions in the past year. this project has been going on for many years. let me read one of them. "the coalition for san francisco neighborhoods urges the planning commission not to approve -- excuse me. not approve any permits for building any health care in san francisco. the comprehensive master plan has been completed. the equipment needed to serve the health needs for the people of san francisco. this has not been done. another resolution we passed -- "we oppose the certification of the cpmc eir and the further in- depth analysis of alternative 3a, which would create more services at the st. luke's location. in march of this year, "the ge
and john f. kennedy. also someone who more closely represents san francisco and its core values. however, i feel nancy pelosi no longer represents her constituency and now represents the so-called values of a federal p.r. campaign. i also feel ed lee, his ceremony and the new sign were an end run to many park lovers, including myself. i would be happy to hear names of assassinated persons representing san francisco and the values of san francisco locals, including harvey milk, also a noted rights activist. yesterday -- i did not see this but i know people who had, they killed a man while handcuffed to was unknown contributor to the occupy movement, which i member of. although he was handcuffed after being shot twice in the chest, the witnesses -- a witness to and being shot after they handcuffed him. it may well prove out in six months that this man was assassinated. occupy sf has no leaders and this man's contribution represent us and his death. his name was pray, a lovely name which i feel embodies the current status of the equal rights. i doubt the city commission realizes how betrayed a
we will be able to watch from the shores, and it is almost as if the san francisco bay area region was created for the america's cup, and i hope it stays with us for many years. i want to see the giants win the world series again, and already with spring training coming up, there's this feeling of exhilaration about the giants again, and i hope that the 49ers stay in the city, and bayview hunters for development is a key part of that. so i'll be making sure we are in communication because i think sports really helps encourage even children and our families to see that athletic and physical activity is so important in healthy lifestyles. >> are there any other issues that concern you that we have not discussed or areas that you plan to concentrate on throughout your remaining term as supervisor? >> some people do not know that we serve on a lot of other committees. i serve on the bay area quality -- air quality management district, and we are trying to clean the air, and there are days when it gets really hot and muggy, and we encourage people to think about air quality and share th
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